Examples of unanimity in a Sentence
in a rare moment of unanimity the club members decided to throw a party for themselves
Recent Examples of unanimity from the Web
Nor will the proposal easily become reality: tax changes in the EU require unanimity.
The court’s unanimity fell apart Tuesday evening, in an unsigned order that underscored Justice Anthony Kennedy’s continuing importance in directing the death penalty’s application.
In order to pass the bill over GOP objections, Democrats needed near unanimity among their ranks.
But the one thing that seems to be locked in unanimity for the most part is the lack of one consensus player that everyone can agree on.
The unanimity in steel country stands in sharp contrast to how the tariffs have played in Washington and around the country.
Neither should the tradition of non-intervention, nor an insistence on unattainable regional unanimity.
About the unison rhythms that ended the third movement: the perfection of unanimity with which the Elias hit those grace notes doesn’t generally happen in the mortal world.
All that coalesces into this firm belief in Korean national homogeneity and the sanctity of ethnicity, and enforced unanimity in perspective about their history.
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First Known Use of unanimity
meeting of minds;
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